Bangladesh reported 56 more Coronavirus-related deaths and 1,386 new cases in a 24-hour period until Sunday morning.
Magura, May 9 : Fifty Bangladeshi nationals who returned home from India through Benapole on Saturday night have been placed in quarantine in Magura district.
BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia has tested negative for Covid-19, fighting the deadly virus for 27 days since she had been infected.
Dhaka, May 8 : Bangladesh reported 45 more Coronavirus related deaths with 1285 new cases in 24 hours until Saturday morning amid concern after the detection of first case of highly contagious Indian Coronavirus strain in the country.
The Biden-Harris administration on 5 May brought about a seismic change in the ongoing discussions on a temporary waiver from certain provisions of the WTO’s TRIPS Agreement in combating the COVID-19 pandemic
Two more confirmed cases of Indian Coronavirus strain have been detected at the Genome Centre of Jessore University of Science and Technology.
Amid a mad rush of home-bound people ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr, ferry services on Paturia-Daulatdia and Shimulia-Banglabazar routes have been suspended to curb the spread of Covid-19.
At least 445 Bangladeshis, who returned home from India through the Benapole border till Friday, have been sent to institutional quarantine in Khulna, officials said Saturday.
Ten Bangladeshis, who returned from India after treatment, were admitted to the Chattogram Medical College Hospital (CMCH) on Friday morning.
The medical board will decide whether she has the physical fitness to travel abroad once the government permits her to leave the country.
Bangladesh on Friday reported the death of 37 more people, including 14 women, from Coronavirus, the lowest since March 28.
Scores of prominent doctors have urged the government to hike tobacco tax in the budget to protect public health.
Amid the declining trend in Covid-19 infections and fatalities after an alarming surge in April, Bangladesh registered 41 coronavirus-related deaths in 24 hours until Thursday, pushing up the total fatalities to 11,796.
Dhaka, May 6 :President Abdul Hamid received the second dose of Covid-19 vaccine at Bangabhaban on Thursday
Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on Thursday said the government has sought immediate delivery of 4 million vaccine doses from the United States (US).
More than a year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, food and nutrition security continues to show its fragility.
Bangladesh logged 61 more coronavirus-related deaths and 1,914 new cases in 24 hours until Tuesday morning, showing a slight downtrend in daily fatalities and an uptick in infections.
Foreign Minister Dr AK Abdul Momen on Tuesday said the Chinese government is working to start delivering Covid-19 vaccine doses before Eid-ul-Fitr although a 5-day May Day holiday is underway in China.
A 10-member medical board, formed to ensure the treatment of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia, is going to sit in a meeting on Tuesday at Evercare Hospital to review her health condition.
The study in question, which has been reported on the icddr, b website, was conducted during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic when the Bangladesh daily testing positivity rate was at a peak of around 20%.
After a long delay, Germany has taken vaccination measures into high gear “. While Israel, USA have been busy with German-made Vaccine “BioNTech, Germany has been slowing down its own vaccine.
It was meant to counter misrepresentations by the Big Media in the West, and in India which only relayed half-truths spread by the former.
Bangladesh reported 65 more coronavirus-related deaths in 24 hours until Monday morning, raising the death toll to 11,644 as the country’s grim battle with virus continues.
Covid-19 claimed 2,404 lives in April alone in Bangladesh, the cruellest month for the country since the outbreak of the pandemic last year.
Yet one year on, there is a vast disparity in access to COVID-19 medical products between the high-income countries and low-middle-income countries.
The death toll from Covid-19 hit 11,510 in Bangladesh on Saturday as the country logged 60 more fatalities in 24 hours until Saturday morning, as all efforts to stop the pandemic have apparently gone in vain.
Dhaka, Apr 29 : Bangladesh on Friday reported its single-day Covid-19 death toll of 57, the lowest in 25 days, even though the virus surge still remained at the disturbing level.
The government on Thursday approved the emergency use of Sinopharm, a Chinese Covid-19 vaccine.
The death toll from Covid-19 in Bangladesh rose to 11,393 with 88 more fatalities in 24 hours until Thursday morning as the country finds it hard to stop the deadly virus.
Amid the rapidly deteriorating Corona situation in India, the government of Bangladesh has offered to dispatch on emergency basis medicines and medical equipment for the people of India who are fighting the pandemic.